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    I'm majoring in meteorology but for the wrong "NT" reasons. I just like staring at storms, like most weather geeks.

    note: I think that a lot of improvisors become meteorologists.

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    I was considering being a meteorology major this school year. Where are you studying?


    I find all math and science interesting except for Biology. I enjoyed working with three dimensional math like the z-axis and the conic sections. I was also quite the beast at dissections.


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    I do not like math for the exact same reasons that Jack described. I never really thought of math as that abstract at all (unless you're talking about mathematical theory). On the contrary, I see it as requiring strong attention to details more than anything.

    And wasn't there statistical data somewhere that stated most engineering students at a certain university were ISTJs or ISTPs?

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    Math, science and all those "typical NT things" are nice, but I always loved arts, handcrafting and languages a little more. Creating and expressing, basically. It's awesome and also I was always very good at it. It didn't really matter if it was cooking, painting, working with wood / metal / whatever or any languages. I just like to create stuff a little more than math and science.
    Rule #1: Driver picks the music. Shotgun shuts his cakehole.

    Again, Demons I get, but people are just crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bougal View Post
    I was considering being a meteorology major this school year. Where are you studying?


    I find all math and science interesting except for Biology. I enjoyed working with three dimensional math like the z-axis and the conic sections. I was also quite the beast at dissections.
    State University of New York, and a lot of big state universities have meteorology (or 'atmospheric science') programs.

    For meteorology, you would also be taking more math including multivariable calculus and differential equations, and calculus-based physics mechanics and electromagnetism classes. And some computer science.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    While most people I know in Science are INTPs/INTJs, you can find NTs in many places. Philosophy and language. Anything that requires critical thinking.
    Jumping off of this, I'd say that the Math/Science arena would appeal to me if it were my particular interest (obviously). But for me, my focus is on people-- their systems, how they work, why they are the way they are, and trying to figure them out.

    Same with languages-- another system, a simpler system-- but it just happens to not be math. Or science. (Although I will say that Biology is pretty interesting.)

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    Ti is the boss in math. You dont need a NT for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptgatsby View Post
    There is also the tendency to say that "Most scientists are INTPs" and believe it says "Most INTPs are scientists".


    Maths and science dont interest me at all, I prefer history, geography and music.

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    + boxing, Starbuck
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
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